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CBS
Nov 24, 2013 7:00pm PST
, then the most wanted man in america. bulger eluded the fbi for 14 years by hiding in plain sight in santa monica, california. tonight, you'll hear from the agents who finally caught him, with some help from an alley cat and his girlfriend's breast implants. >> we just rushed him. >> kroft: guns out, "fbi. don't move"? >> i asked him to identify himself, and that didn't go over well. he asked me to "f"-ing identify myself. and i asked him, "are you whitey bulger?" and he said yes. >> i volunteered. i don't blame nothing on anybody. i don't blame nothing on myself, i don't blame nothing on my leaders. in fact, i had good leaders. >> pelley: we've seen a lot of stories about veterans and post- traumatic stress disorder, but tonight, for the first time, we're able to show you new therapies that are changing the lives of vets and their families. after eight weeks here, how are you doing? >> how am i doing? i don't know yet. that's an honest answer. but i know deep down inside, things will work themselves out. >> people assume, when my hair is long, that i'm a lot cooler than i actually am. i'm not op
CSPAN
Nov 25, 2013 10:00am EST
on c-span and c-span3, also on c-span radio and c-span.org. >> fbi insider threat an kate randall last week said the edward snowden case is just one example of the complicated process that leads government employees to turn on their employer. speaking at a conference hosted by the government i.t. web site nextgov, she described an array of factors that could lead workers to disclose classified information. this is 40 minutes. [background sounds] >> okay. well, my name is kate randall, i'm a threat analyst at the fbi. in my role i handle insider threats and provide analytical assistance to active fbi insider threat investigations. i also spearhead our indicator development program. within that program we try to grasp the extent of the insider threat problem by breaking down the critical components, conducting research and applying advance detection techniques against our data sets. i'll have to preface my talk by saying anything i'm about to say is my personal and professional opinion that's based off of my firsthand experience working this issue within the bureau. it doesn't necessaril
CSPAN
Nov 28, 2013 6:00pm EST
of the bullets hit home and when. the film gave us a key to solving this problem. both the fbi and the secret service had separately and repeatedly examined the film. a group of our lawyers, joe ball, david melon, arlen specter, did the same often joined by fbi agent -- [inaudible] a photography expert who provided valuable assistance to the commission. >> it was my first meeting w nin who i asked him whether he thought more than one person had been shooting at the motorcade. thane his answer. been hist's what we're trying to find out. th at this stage of the find investigation, the lawyersat tha instigated the conclusion reached by both the fbi and thet secret service regarding the three shots believed to have the been filed from a depository. se recalled hearing between two and six shots, the largest number heard three shots, and three cartridges had been discovered on the sixth floor of the depository. so three shots became our working hypothesis. initially, most of us thought that the first shot hit the president, the second hit connolly and the third shot killed the president. connolly f
CSPAN
Nov 26, 2013 10:00am EST
of the panel former deputy general counsel, national security, of the fbi, currently distinguished fellow at the center for national security law, university of virginia school of law. the other partner we collaborate with. at theofessor amit kumar school of foreign service at georgetown university. olson, thele president of the olson group. and professor don wallace. say a few words later on in terms of introduction before they speak. usually what we tried to do is to keep always in mind that terrorism is only one of the many challenges in terms of man- made and natural disasters. therefore, we always try to remember and never forget those who were victimized by both mother nature and man-made disasters. , i wouldopportunity like to express sympathy for the -- victims in via latvia in the supermarket who were killed, those in the philippines,, and of course, those victimized in terrorist attacks in algeria, kenya, and the ongoing attacks now in syria syria, iraq,- pakistan, and elsewhere. that is one aspect to express our solidarity and sympathy with the victims. and then, of course, on
CSPAN
Nov 26, 2013 4:00pm EST
their perspectives. let me introduce the members of the panel, spike bowman of the fbi currently distinguished fellow at the center on national security university of virginia school of law and this is the other partner that we cooperate with. then professor kumar at the school of foreign service georgetown university and the president of the olson group mr. wallace. i'm going to say a few things and then turned to introductions before they speak. usually what we try to do is keep in mind that terrorism is only one of the many challenges in terms of man-made and national disasters therefore we always try to remember, never forget those who were victimized by both mother nature and man-made disasters and with this opportunity i would like to express sympathy for the victims in latvia who were killed in the supermarket and those who were killed in the typhoon in the philippines and those who were victimized by terrorist attacks from algeria to kenya and the ongoing attacks now in a serious, iraq, afghanistan, pakistan and elsewhere so that is one way to express our solidarity and sympathy of the victim
CNN
Nov 25, 2013 7:00pm PST
not be limited to the state of texas or the fbi. some congressmen already have suggested a congressional investigation. >> killing a president wasn't a federal crime at the time. so you had the federal government intervening in still what was a local murder. there certainly was a concern of competing investigations. there was the dallas criminal investigation, there was the state of texas court of inquiry, and there were committees on both sides of congress while of course the fbi had been given the job to conduct the full-scale investigation. >> johnson realizes something has to be done. he realizes that he has to appoint a body that the public will respect to look into this. >> yes, mr. president. >> i've got to have a top blue ribbon presidential commission to investigate this assassination. i want to ask -- and chief justin warren as chairman. >> there's one public governmental official in the united states universally respected for his integrity and that is chief justin of the supreme court, earl warren. if there's one person in congress that everyone respects it's richard russell o
ABC
Nov 26, 2013 5:30pm PST
. >>> held hostage, the white house weighs in. will our new relationship in iran free this retired fbi agent held captive longer than any american? >> please help me get home. >>> real deal, news tonight about the secrets of those black friday prices. why some of the those big sales may not be such a big bargain after all. >>> and on top of the world -- ♪ you don't know you're beautiful ♪ >> new york's central park center stage for one direction's blowout concert. the formula for creating the biggest pop group on the planet. >>> good evening. diane is off tonight. as we come on the air a ferocious storm system with very bad timing is creating all kinds of trouble. look at the countdown clock, one of the busiest travel days of the year hours away and this is the storm, powering up and on the move, with arctic air, downpours, strong winds and even tornados. the national service issuing watches, warnings and advisories in 20 states tonight and so many families wondering will they make it home for thanksgiving. our extreme weather team is tracking it all. abc's weather editor sam champion st
CSPAN
Nov 27, 2013 10:00am EST
at the fbi because the fbi is, unlike nsa or the central intelligence agency, 95% of what the nsa collected are against u.s. persons, not foreigners. we have always been very concerned about that. i probably received at least one phone call a day from agents in the field who ask and i do this, should i do this, where is the line? i'm mentioned that only to emphasize the fact that this is a real issue. if you come up to today and look at what the nsa is doing, several different things. first of all, what the nsa is doing is collecting data data which is constitutionally not protected. it is third-party information. it does not belong to you. it belongs to the telephone companies. they can do whatever they want with it except give it to a federal officer without being compelled to do so. that is one thing. i will say that when i argue for the creation of that statute, article 215 of the patriot act, when i argued for that one i never anticipated and i don't think anybody ever anticipated it would be used as it is being used today. we looked at it as something that would target a single person
CSPAN
Nov 24, 2013 6:30pm EST
the fbi director and others had already decided decided within 24 hours of the assassination that oswald was the lone guman for various reasons domestic and international. that is what they wanted the warren commission to find and the warren commission didn't go down all the trails while the trails were hot. that was the greatest weakness. they didn't know that they were also being lied to. it's clear that the cia did not tell them the truth about the assassination plots against castro. the f. via and the cia never told the commission about their arrangements with the mafia. there were so many things they didn't know and they rushed to a conclusion. craig what shocked me was 50 years after the warren commission i could go to dallas and interview people who were right at dealey plaza who had strong opinions, who saw things, who were never interviewed by the warren commission. >> host: how could that happen? >> guest: it could happen because it already knew what its conclusion was going to be. they simply disallowed information that contradict did it. i found pieces that didn't fit. as i s
CSPAN
Nov 24, 2013 9:00pm EST
wanted it out of the way before the key parts of the general election of 64 and j. edgar hoover the fbi director had already decided within 24 hours of the assassination that also walled was the lone gunmen for many various reasons. that is what they wanted the commission to define. and the warre by warren commissn certainly didn't go to all of the trails while they were hot. that was i think the greatest weakness. they didn't know they were also being lied to. it's clear that the cia didn't tell them the truth about if following oswald or about the assassination plot against castro. the fbi and the cia never told their commission about the arrangements with the mafia. there were so many things that they didn't know. and they rushed to a conclusion. craig, what shocked me was 50 years after the warren commission, i could go to dallas, which i did come and interview people who were right in the daily class of the that e strong opinions and who saw things who were never, ever interviewed by the commission. it could happen because the commission was rushed and already knew what its conclus
CSPAN
Nov 30, 2013 1:15pm EST
, tony killed 26 people, murdered them. i was always have faced by fbi agents and local police said your client killed 26 people. how can you sleep at night? is that how come you haven't been able to put in jail if he killed 26 people? i never got a jury answer on that one. unfortunately he was killed and buried in a cornfield in indiana. >> host: worry his lawyer? >> guest: i was his lawyer for many years. he never spent one day in jail except one time i was trying to case, representing kansas city in a trial wasn't over. tony was arrested for murder. he waited until i got back. post the mr. goodman, is there such thing as the mafia? >> guest: there was a time i would've sworn there was sent. the head of the fbi was telling me there was a period if you don't believe the head of the fbi, who can you believe? they said it was the greatest lie ever told. there is no mafia. where i really found out about what i was doing, because i was representing competing families. i know idea of the structure until i began to listen to the wiretaps and read the search warrants and see the movie casino t
CSPAN
Nov 30, 2013 3:30pm EST
. >> so, a word about two things. i am going to have to contradict my esteemed colleague area the fbi did not get a hold of any samples from texas. to department of defense did look at the frequency of myocardial dna. investigative reporter thought andas going into a database no one could persuade her otherwise. >> i will accept the friendly amendment. >> that i want to raise an even broader issue with the king case. i always come back to the same things. namely, what is the difference between being arrested and not being arrested? a lot of people get arrested. estimated that 20% or 30% of the population is going to be arrested. is there a real difference? written in my more provocative moments with some colleagues that maybe we ought to consider having at the stage neonatal testing, a not done by the police but uploaded to a database for use in the future. law enforcement would never see all genetic information that is truly private. in that way, we would have a national database and we would o worry about an arrestee database. is it a scary idea? >> the underlying concern is that wow, t
CSPAN
Dec 1, 2013 11:00am EST
, the fbi director and others had already decided within 24 hours of the assassination that all was the lone gunman for various reasons, domestic and international, that is what they wanted the war a commission to find. the warren commission simply did not go down all the trails while they were hot. that is, i think among the greatest weakness. they did not know there were also being lied to. it is clear that the cia did not tell them the truth about its falling off all the more about the assassination plots against castro. the fbi and cia never told the commission about their arrangements with the mafia. there were so many things that they did not know. there rushed to a conclusion. what shocked me was 50 years after the war in commission i could go to dallas, which i did, and interviewed people who were right in dealey plaza who had strong opinions to solve things who were never ever interviewed by the warren commission. >> host: how can that happen? >> guest: the commission was rushed and already knew what its conclusion was going to be. they simply disallowed information that contradicte
CBS
Nov 24, 2013 6:30pm PST
eluded the fbi for 14 years by hiding in plain sight in santa monica, california. tonight, you'll hear from the agents who finally caught him, with some help from an alley cat and his girlfriend's breast implants. >> we just rushed him. >> kroft: guns out, "fbi. don't move"? >> i asked him to identify himself, and that didn't go over well. he asked me to "f"-ing identify myself. and i asked him, "are you whitey bulger?" and he said yes. >> i volunteered. i don't blame nothing on anybody. i don't blame nothing on myself, i don't blame nothing on my leaders.
ABC
Nov 26, 2013 6:30pm EST
to ryan. >>> the wish of one american family granted. former fbi agent robert levinson has been held hostage longer than any other american and his family is hoping tonight that the recent thaw in u.s. relations will bring him home soon. here's abc's brian ross. >> please help me get home. >> reporter: as of today, no american has been held hostage longer than former fbi agent robert levinson. for him it is day 2,455 since he disappeared in iran. the once clean cut 65-year-old floor man last seen alive in this video releases two years ago in a prison suit with a long beard and wild gray hair. >> 33 years of service to the united states deserves something. >> reporter: there were signs of some progress today with an unusually delicate statement form the white house, "respectfully" asking, not demanding, that iran help secure levinson's safe return. >> it's a code word in islamic republic circles. it's a country that tends to be particularly sensitive about how it is approached and how you ask questions of it. >> reporter: levinson was reported missing during a trip he took in 2007 to
PBS
Nov 29, 2013 5:00pm PST
of the fbi cooper had dirt on pretty much everyone from of members of congress members of the media everyone and some have argued that he had that black male power over especially everyone because of this. we know about the nsa to spy on everyone not just for our national security reasons but also for diplomatic reasons economic reasons. has the nsa become the new fbi. the nsa makes the fbi to look like amateurs. just like the nsa makes this the stasi the east german secret police to fight the characters. he starts his motto was to know everything about everybody they couldn't do it. a worm farm worse for the new look at the nsa been relieved now have the capability to know anything everything about everybody. and they're doing that. the fact that they've got all this information is stored and they can tap it whenever they want means that any kind of political freedom in this country is very very tenuous. this is not the way democracy operates accuser executive and the kids and police branch or security branch enormous power because we don't know what they have been fiercer as of this conver
FOX News
Nov 27, 2013 2:00pm PST
a guy that goes against the fbi intake report that he, i haven't seen it, if that's the truth, if anyone has enough integrity in the tank, it is her. if you ask me, in my humble opinion, there was a sound bite from this morning that i remember from chicago when she talked about benghazi and the need to get revenge on those who killed our ambassador, i think that's the entire reason why she's paying the price right now. can we listen to what she said after ambassador stevens was killed while she was giving a speech on the need to get s.e.a.l.s in there and to find out who did this? >> the last time we were attacked like this was the "uss cole" which was a prelude to the 1998 embassy bombings which was a prelude to 9/11. and you're sending in the fbi to investigate. i hope to god that you're sending in your best clan des tine warriors who are going to exact revenge and let the world know that the united states will not be attacked on its own soil, that its ambassadors will not be murdered, and the united states will not stand by and do nothing about it. >> nothing about it? therefore the m
CSPAN
Nov 26, 2013 4:00am EST
at the fbi. know an awfulnot lot about al qaeda at that point in time. though we began to look into it very quickly. him him the things that we learned -- along the things that we learned was that there was a number of training camps being run by al qaeda in afghanistan. we realized that while al qaeda was trained in the camps in afghanistan, an awful lot of other people have gone through theirre too. affiliated with al qaeda or intending to do something on a terrorist plane. perhaps going there for training for something later on. we begin to think about what would happen if one of those people began to decide to do something. unattached, unaffiliated. the reason that made a big difference. the way we look for terrorists and spies and so forth was largely through the foreign intelligence surveillance act. which is operated by a secret court. it has secret warrants for wiretaps and physical searches. war andicate for a fisa is that the target is either a foreign power or an agent of a foreign power. if you have a person acting on is hard to talk that person into an agency or a foreign power
CSPAN
Nov 25, 2013 10:30am EST
things. that's what we're told to look for. i don't know if it's just the fbi, but there are a lot of disgruntled people in the work force, in the government. so it's really about, again, thinking about what are you really trying to look for. the premise behind that is that somebody might be upset enough at their workplace that they would enact some harm. the true indicator behind that is a psychosocial indicator that's beneath the surface. you're looking for someone who has a vengeful or retaliatory characteristic. and that could, that may manifest or be exploited as a result of an external circumstance like workplace disgruntlement. but the concept is you can have two people that work in the same office that have the same exact levels of disgruntlement, but only one reaches that tipping point and becomes an insider threat. and it's really getting at what that, what that beneath the surface level indicator is. the large problem with that is it's much easier to identify workplace disgruntlement than it is to try and identify personality features or characteristics of employees. so
CBS
Nov 25, 2013 7:00am PST
by the aliases charlie and carol until the fbi got a tip. the agent set up a rose with their land lord and it ended one of the most embarrassing episodes in the bureau's history. >> reporter: he said he wouldn't knock on the door because there was a note posted stressly asking people not to bother them. carroll had told neighbors charlie was showing signs ofdy mention kra. so he devised a ruz involving the storage locker in the garage. >> had the name gasko. >> reporter: he had the manager call to tell them the locker had broken into and to come down to see if anything was missing. carol said her husband would be right down. >> guns out, fbi, don't move? >> gave the words, hey, fbi, get your hands up. hands went up right away. and then at that moment, we told him get down on his knees and he gave us -- yeah he gave us and i ain't getting down on my fing knees. didn't want to get his pants dirty. wearing white and seeing the oil on the ground. >> reporter: even at 81 this was a man used to being in control. >> i asked him to identify himself and that didn't go over we
CSPAN
Nov 29, 2013 8:00pm EST
before the key parts of the general election of 64. johnson and j. edgar hoover, the fbi director and others had already decided within 24 hours of the assassination that was what was the lone gunman for various reasons, domestic and international law that is what it wanted the warren commission to find. the warren commission simply did not go down all the trails. that is, i think, the greatest weakness. it did not know that they were also being lied to. it is clear that the cia did not tell them the truth about its falling kozlov or about the assassination plots against castro. the fbi and the cia never told the commission about their arrangements with the mafia. there were so many things that they did not know. what shocked me was 50 years after the warren commission interviewing people who were riding the plaza. they saw things were never ever interviewed by that warren commission. i felt that my obligation to play out to people the pieces that don't fit into the warren commission report, a good example, when president kennedy was shot at 12:30 p.m. the palestine november 22nd
Al Jazeera America
Nov 25, 2013 11:00pm EST
about the situation so the right authorities got involved. >> the fbi came to your house. >> yes, april 17th for hacking. >> what did they do? >> the swat team showed up, 12 members, a van of investigative agents. fbi - they ransacked my house and asked if i had propaganda. they detained me, they didn't give me a warning. they asked a bunch of questions about steubenville. >> why did they do that. >> one of the things they told me was to be quite else i'd face charges. >> when i asked for badge numbers i got the sentence, "google us", it took me a while to locate the case agent and the property. >> "anonymous" is a hacker group. how did you get the information and the tweets that made a difference in the case. >> "anonymous" is a hacker group. with this situation they hung themselves and put all the tweets, stuff, videos online. once it's on the internet it's there forever. there's archivers. i packaged it up along with other members and presented it to the public like it should be. >> how do you perceive your role in all this. i know you are a part of "anonymous." and you feel strongly
LINKTV
Nov 25, 2013 5:30am PST
and not a killer. createdy and friends this video announcing a miscarriage of justice. the fbi believes the 29-year-old to be the owner of silk road, a huge online market for illegal products that they shut down last month. loved ones believe otherwise and they are campaigning online for his release. supporters are using video to proclaim his innocence and have also set up this site urging the people of america to join their combat. echt, who has been at -- in prison since october cannot have been ahead of that platform because it has been in operation despite him being in jail. there is also a fund-raising campaign underway on crowd toding site to raise $5,000 pay his legal fees. proving successful. only a little over $2200 has been pledged so far. with google's street view, all over the world can get lost in a corn maze in canada and take the challenge from the home. the cameras were there way through the four hectors of the labyrinth. the aim of the game is to find your way to the pontoon in the middle of the maze and if your sense of direction is not what it could be, you could use a birds eye
CBS
Nov 24, 2013 5:00pm PST
, thanks, but no thanks. sent him on his way. we know from sheenan's reporting that the cia and fbi knew that as he stormed out of the cuban embassy he said i'm going to kill president kennedy. as if it was kennedy's fault he couldn't get a visa to to go cuba. did any of you on the president's protective detail know any of that when you came to balances? >> we had no knowledge of oswald in any sense. nobody had told us anything. >> schieffer: do you have any idea why? you must have wondered about as the years went by, why this was never passed on. as a matter of fact it's my understanding that this information was never passed on to the warren commission. >> i doubt that it was. i never heard that he made that statement. we had a good relationship with the cia, we had fairly good relationship, but we didn't receive any information about that whatsoever. >> schieffer: i still find it very hard to believe, in fact we now know through the reporting of the dallas times herald and their publisher at the time, tom johnson, who ran across information in the senate, he was in the 1970s when he
CSPAN
Nov 26, 2013 6:00am EST
've not know what was going on the fbi's mind. that was the first thing i thought of what i read in the papers. you are right. we need to learn from our mistakes. one of the issues and learning experiences is the to 15 program today. we are trying to have an ability to look back and see if there is something we missed along the way. that is one of the things. not, i do not or know. that is one of the lessons we had the time. >> you worked on this issue for a long time. come to mind.ngs if i could make three points. first of all, we need to be cognizant and recognize it is not just the role of the media when an event is plain out. it is the legitimizing or magnifying role of the media that is frequently sought by the lone wolf terrorist or the small organization. itself is done in order to maximize and gain recognition or media attention. that becomes part and parcel of the objective of the exercise. in the forestt when no one is around does not get you much at the end of the day. the media role is significant and we don't fully understand it. turn the boston the cover of rolling stone magazine
CSPAN
Nov 23, 2013 10:00pm EST
parts of the general election of 64. johnson and j. edgar hoover the fbi director and others had already decided within 24 hours of the assassination that oswald was the lone guman for various reasons domestic and international. that is what they wanted the warren commission to find in the warren commission simply didn't go down all the trails while the trails were hot. that is i think their greatest weakness. they didn't know they were also being lied to. it's clear that the cia did not tell them the church about its following oswald are about the assassination plots against castro. the f. the eye in the cia never told the commission about their arrangements with the mafia. there were so many things they didn't know and they rush to conclusions. craig what shocked me was 50 years after the warren commission, i could go to dallas which i did and interview people who were writing dealey plaza who have strong opinions, who sought things, hooper never ever interviewed by the warren commission. >> host: how can that happen? >> guest: it can happen because the commission was rushed and alread
PBS
Nov 28, 2013 12:00am PST
there was the attack on the "cole" in 2000, we sent f.b.i. agents into yemen as a way to respond. that is not the way to respond. this is not a burglary. this is war -- >> rose: i might take issue with that a little bit. they always send f.b.i. amies in to investigate to see some of the circumstances of those-- >> when somebody attacks a u.s. warship -- >> rose: that's an act of war. >> and of that's an act of war and you might want to send in f.b.i. but you want to send in something else. after 9/11 you sent in something else. here's the dilemma-- bush was right to go into afghanistan and oppose the taliban, no question. bush was right to depose saddam hussein. >> rose: even if it meant distraction from the war in afghanistan? >> the war in afghanistan, the war to depose the taliban and scatter al qaeda took about 100 days. the war in iraq to depose saddam took three weeks. the dilemma that we had afterwards is what do you do? we're very good at destroying regimes. we can do it at a distance. we can do it quickly, and relatively speaking historically cheaply. but then what you do you do? our choices
Univision
Nov 23, 2013 11:00pm PST
paralelo, el primer dejo un herido, horas después también se dejo a víctimas con heridas de balas >> el fbi cree que el atraco a un banco el 4 de octubre pasado fue realizado por un bandido, hombre balnco de entre 40 y 50 años de 6 pies y cabello rubio. >> un total de 10 miembros de la pandilla de los sureños acusados de vender metanfetaminas, el miércoles pasados se presentaron los cargos con tra uno >> si son encontrados culpables se enfrentan a sentencias de hasta 40 años en prisión >> decenas de árboles derribados durante la tormenta del jueves pasado y se dedicaron a recogerlos este día. >> el servicio de migración y cuudyadania de los estados unidos aseguro que los números del servicio social falos serán congelados. >> según autoridades son cientos de miles las personas que usan un número de seguridad falos >> anunciaeorn para ello la creación de un programap para pasarlo por el sistema. >> actualmente no funciona de una manera donde se pueda cerrar >> se investiga y manda unacarta al empleador >> ahora se vera si es fraudulento por reportes y analisis para reportar a l p
Al Jazeera America
Nov 24, 2013 2:30am EST
enough to teach and visit at yale, and i had 11 fbi agents scouring the country. i sent up 4,000 pages of documents in my writings both writings that i had worked on when i had been a staffner the senate. it's pass nateing to me because i had worked in government as a young lawyer, and had security clearances since i was 30 years old, but this would all have tock redone. >> you open up your life, was your fitness for office ever a question that was hashed out by members of the senate? >> no. offense subject to something called the blue slip. and there's a difference between a blue slip and a filibuster. a blue slip is a single senator who chooses to block a nominee. and that senator does it -- it's a kind of privilege that the senator chooses to say i dislike this nominee. this nominee is from my state, i was nominated from wisconsin. where i had taught for many many years. and he decided to stay no. this nominee should not go forward, should no go forward to the committee. and this privilege has been recognized for a very long time in the senate. but it is not very well known. >> so n
CSPAN
Nov 24, 2013 4:00am EST
be able to find out everything you are doing. everything though the fbi think they knew at the time the risk was maybe somebody was committing a exriem in the home. maybe the government wouldn't be able to find out. because they weren't allowed to walk to the home at will. they had to go through a court and process. to me what the patriot act enable -- enacted with the dragnet. it's one reason it's supporting having some limit on the government. no reason to suspect that the person has done anything wrong. >> host: what is the status of the fisa court? is it still active? >> guest: it's very active. so that's one of the things that happens. in the fall of 2001, what the congress did in order to be allow the government more surveillance power they built on a couple of areas there wasn't that much fourth amendment protection. the fisa court, the foreign intelligence surveillance court had been established as part of a comprise in the late '70s when people were very upset about nixon spying on political enemy. there was a church committee, frank church ran the important committee where
CBS
Nov 24, 2013 6:30am EST
'm looking at the rest of the fbi and cia files. a lot has been destroyed. >> how about that? >> i agree, somebody would have talked by now. if there is a conspiracy and more people were involved, somebody would have said something at this point. >> there is enough strange information to raise these questions. with nothing that's come out, i just have to say no. i don't see that this is a conspiracy. until this is much, much more evidence. >> i would agree with the secretary of state. i don't believe a single person. >> that may be the only thing you agree with him on. but at least you have something. >> let this be a matter of record. you can watch us on any day of the week from anywhere in the world. when we come back teheran's torpedo. >>> issue two. teherans torpedo. >> we do not want iran having nuclear weapons. it would be, not only dangerous to us and our allies, but it be disstabilize the entire region to trigger a nuclear arms race to make life dangerous for all of us. our policy is iran can not have nuclear weapons. >> folks in geneva, were jawed this week after a speech by ira
PBS
Nov 24, 2013 3:30pm PST
of the rest of the fbi and cia files and a lot has been destroyed. >> how about that? >> i agree with eleanor. somebody could have talked by now. if there was a conspiracy, someone would have said something at this point. >> in's enough strange information in here to raise these questions but with nothing that has come out, i just have to say no. i just don't see that this is a conspiracy until there is much, much more evidence. >> i agree with the secretary of state john kerry. i don't believe in the single theory. >> that may be the only thing you agree with him on. at least you have something though. [ laughter ] >> let this be a matter of record. don't forget the mclaughlin group has its own website and you can watch us any day of the week from anywhere in the world at mclaughlin.com. >>> issue two, iran's torpedo. >> we don't want iran to have weapons. it would not only be dangerous to us and our allies but it would be destabilizing to the whole region and could cause an arms race to make life much more dangerous for all of us so our policy is iran cannot have nuclear weapons. >> talks i
PBS
Nov 24, 2013 6:00pm PST
instead this may not talk publicly call it a toast post two thousand and fourteen the fbi report sundays at six thirty. wind chc!vez warming will. eye the cooking is rick's off a show. in this week's missile the city how funny it is this all the bar. they built a hut on the go. the white ensign of the song was the one knows but the thought of all. the folded neatly in a big setback to the hot wanting to talk. the chief fance the ultimate and coconut see that the only one shop did end up with funny capital is from above the city. the state of being in stock as of the word by the united states. the dis ease the seat of the hot on the embossed the end of the though of seductive being hopped on the video of rondo who picks the hawk on the netbook has depicted some of the most use in attacks against us forces in afghanistan. she financed all the girly bonding on the next book militant group has been shot dead in the pot this time the captain of a strong hamas militant sources told reuters. one source said received a big gaudy skilled snowball. what's something that caught with
PBS
Nov 24, 2013 5:30pm PST
not talk publicly call it a toast post two thousand and fourteen the fbi report sundays at six thirty. wind chc!vez warming will
ABC
Nov 26, 2013 5:00pm PST
house weighs in. will our new relationship in iran free this retired fbi agent held captive longer than any american? >> please help me get home. >>> real deal, news tonight about the secrets of those black friday prices. why some of the those big sales may not be such a big bargain after all. >>> and on top of the world -- ♪ you don't know you're beautiful ♪ >> new york's central park center stage for one direction's blowout concert. the formula for creating the biggest pop group on the planet.
SFGTV
Nov 26, 2013 4:30pm PST
in the fbi are getting old and we could sure use some new blood because let's put it this way, the only time we're going to end public corruption is to stamp it out one person at a time. thank you. >> next speaker. >> good afternoon. president chiu, fellow board members, madam clerk, my name is lawrence flores, the americas cup came and went, obviously we had a lot of labor issues, a lot of challenges but with that, what we need to do is move forward. we need to move forward and make the next event a positive one. and i'm speaking to the one of the super bowl, of sponsoring the super bowl here in the bay area. that's what's important, moving forward on a positive note, learning from our mistakes of what happened. and with that, i'm happy to report that last friday, the america's cup event authority issued a check to the office of labor standard enforcement of 404 thousand dollars to be paid to the workers that performed the work at phase 1 of the america's cup. that is a significant amount, that is like an early merry christmas to the workers because time and time again, it's all about the w
NBC
Nov 27, 2013 4:00am PST
that u-turn at 800,000 miles an hour. >>> former fbi agent robert levinsohn marks a sad milestone in captivity. he has now been captive by iran for the fourth year. u.s. officials are giving the case fresh attention. >>> and a release of the sandy hook 911 tapes. >>> and president obama speaks at dreamworks animation studio even giving an elbow bump to an under the weather martin. he looks like he's okay, though. mr. obama praised the entertainment industry. he said creativity is one of the things that the u.s. does better than anybody else. he gave special mention to shows like "modern family" and "will and grace." he said they're a testament to the front row seat of the march towards progress. >> these sculptured are a little delighting. artists in belgian competed in a snow and ice sculpture contest. the crystal clear and almost realistic looking. >> how are they getting them so clear? it's not water out of my tap. >> it took the artists five weeks to create. the scene was built on characters from disney's upcoming film "frozen." >>> macy's will inflate those famous balloons to
CSPAN
Nov 27, 2013 8:00am EST
bowman, former deputy general counsel, national security of the fbi, currently distinguished fellow the senate on national security law, university of virginia school of law. and this is the other partner that we collaborate with. then professor amit kumar at the school of foreign service at georgetown university. and then kyle olson who is the president of the olsen group, and professor don wallace. i'm going to say a few words later on in terms of introductions before they speak. now, usually what we try to do is keep in mind terrorism is only one of the many challenges in terms of man-made and natural disasters. and, therefore, we always try to remember, never forget those who were victimized by both mother nature and man-made disasters. and this opportunity, i would like to express sympathy for the victims in latvian, those who were killed in a supermarket, those who were killed in a typhoon in the philippines and, of course, those were victimized by service to fix in -- to kenya. and i'm going, syria, iraq, afghanistan, pakistan and elsewhere. so that's one aspect to express ou
PBS
Nov 29, 2013 6:30pm PST
it out with the c i a station chiefs team in the beading pressure tactic on this day the fbi the fiftieth birthday from then. he advocates that bad but at the washington ot. i've rejected this and the autonomic the gang at home albeit that they died and some of these flights over the icc that abrogated the pti investigating the attacks came on to the cibc chief. he decided to leave the country. unaudited the year. he and his vision keen to woo hoo. peanut. i just found a spot just began in the peak of shots he did that surprise when nato forces enough time stalin in protest against the continuing to one attacks the plot and scheme that he iot sikesn a white any teeth and said that symonds had the game the park is on audubon has warned the country's media toward freezing indicated the nikon soft and tender care. in a video message i live on spokes person tied to the shot it fit the bill to the garden phase because he's an indian tribe or two of them are good that the pocket on the media to support the domestic diva. one loves to portray overtones the other stays by his dusty terms of what
CBS
Nov 25, 2013 6:00am EST
fbied by the end of this month grz time to make your holiday shopping a little easier. i know the gift almost everyone will give this year. the national retail federation says gift card spending will reach an all time high this holiday. more than 80% of shoppers plan to buy at least one gift card and the average shopper will spend about $163 on gift cards. that's up 4% over last year. they always fit. you know that's not a problem. >> i say just one is a conservative estimate the. i'll probably buy three, four, five. make people happy. >> exactly. >>> there's some controversy surrounding the macy's thanksgiving day parade. >> what's that mean? we're going to experience some troubled weather when it comes to turkey day moving our way. wusa9 is back after this. howard has the first alert forecast. stay with us. ♪ at h.h. gregg black friday pricing starts now! you'll save up to 40% off appliances, electronics, furniture and more. 60 inch led tvs are just $599. get $1400 dollars off this samsung french door refrigerator samsung steam washers and dryers are only $599 each. plus, samsung 3
FOX News
Nov 25, 2013 11:00am PST
of interest as the fbi and s.w.a.t. teams search now. they are going door to door, many of the school staff and students already on thanksgiving break. that's the good news here. we'll keep you updated as we continue to learn more on this story. >>> president obama appearing to try to shift the blame now over the health care law. who he says is at fault. our political panel weighs in on that. deadly winter storm on the move. will it make a mess of your thanksgiving travel plans? we're live with the story and information you need to know. a woman brings home more than she bargained for from the grocery store. that's a black widow. right back. >> next thing i know i see a leg coming up over the grape. i could have grabbed that instead of a grape. that really revolts me. [ coughs, sneezes ] i have a big meeting when we land, but i am so stuffed up, i can't rest. [ male announcer ] nyquil cold and flu liquid gels don't unstuff your nose. they don't? alka seltzer plus night fights your worst cold symptoms, plus has a decongestant. [ inhales deeply ] oh. what a relief it is. of their type 2 diabe
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